Strickler Insurance Blog: liability
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Wednesday, September 28, 2022Every business should have general liability as part of their insurance policy. This coverage provides compensation for bodily injury or physical damage you may directly or indirectly cause to someone else. It offers medical expense assistance as well as helps with legal expenses relating to lawsuits. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, July 21, 2021A conflict of interest is defined as when a person or entity's interests can be questioned on issues of bias. For instance, if someone assigned to an environmental protection group owns an industrial factory, that's a conflict of interest. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 23, 2020When you buy your first home, you of course want your homeowners insurance policy to cover your dwelling and possessions against damage or loss. However, an often-overlooked perk of this coverage is how it can protect you if someone ever sues you. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 16, 2020 One thing you never want to have in your business is a dissatisfied customer. Unfortunately, accidents happen from time to time, and when they do, you might owe those affected both an explanation and compensation. This is particularly true if the accident is your fault, or if the affected party sues you because they place the blame on you in any case. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 30, 2020 General liability insurance is an important tool for your business. But it doesn't protect you from everything. There are several important exclusions that you will need to find other types of insurance to cover. Workers Compensation General liability insurance generally covers harm you cause to your clients and to third-parties. READ MORE >>
Saturday, September 7, 2019California, like most states, requires registered drivers to carry car insurance. If you don’t have a policy, you could face penalties. However, the way the state requires insurers to structure policies means the amounts of money you might receive from a claim can vary based on the types of losses. READ MORE >>